Writing Out Loud: A Simple Elementary Strategy

Photo by Aaron Burden on Unsplash Writing has not always come naturally to me. Battles with depression and grief oftentimes depleted my cup. At times, when my cup is filled, I go through similar downs like everyone else (writer's block and syntax). Syntax stands out because the flow of our writing matters just as much … Continue reading Writing Out Loud: A Simple Elementary Strategy

Excerpt 5: Dawn of the Dragon

I do not own the rights to this image. Dawnies, I hope you enjoy the fifth excerpt. As drafts are being compiled, I am hoping for feedback. Like and comment suggestions. Remember to become an official Dawnie by clicking on contact on my website below. http://www.paleradawn.com Deeper into the forest we advance as I begin … Continue reading Excerpt 5: Dawn of the Dragon

Publishing Advice Monday: Plot Point: The Midpoint

Image by Weird Little World Hello Dawnies, Welcome to another Monday! Today was a day filled with coffee, coffee, and more coffee. Keep in mind I do not drink coffee. As I continue to write my novel, I continue to review story structure. Today, I am going to discuss the midpoint. Yeah! The midpoint should … Continue reading Publishing Advice Monday: Plot Point: The Midpoint

A Blast From the Past Wednesday: The Neverending Story

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UeFni9dOv7c Good evening Dawnies, I must say one of my favorite 80's films was The Neverending Story. I first viewed it at eight years old after my mother died. The story, believe it or not, helped me as a motherless child to smile during unbearable grief. Falkor was my favorite character. In fact, my first … Continue reading A Blast From the Past Wednesday: The Neverending Story